Video: Craig Sager reflects on Popovich’s support during leukemia battle

It’s no secret, San Antonio Spurs’ Gregg Popovich gave NBA sideline reporter Craig Sager tons of support during Sager’s battle leukemia.

And now that Craig is on the road to recovery and has beat leukemia, Sager sat with TNT’s Ernie Johnson about going through the medical procedure, how his son saved his life, his enduring positive mindset and how Pop was there for him during this period.

Listen to what Sager had to say about Pop efforts to comfort him during his battle of leukemia at the 3:00 minute point of video below. (more…)

Atlanta Hawks v San Antonio Spurs

5 things to watch: Spurs vs. Pelicans

The San Antonio Spurs will continue their gauntlet versus the West top teams as they visit the New Orleans Pelicans. The Spurs and Pelicans met earlier this season with the Pelicans edging the Spurs 100-99. Anthony Davis recorded 27 points, 11 rebounds, four steals and six blocks in the first game against San Antonio this […]

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Doris Burke is terrified of coach Pop

The Courier-Journal caught up with ESPN analyst and sideline reporter Doris Burke and that turned into a very fun conversation. She was asked many questions, but of course she was asked about interviewing players and coaches and of course San Antonio Spurs head coach Gregg Popovich came up. Here’s the question that was posed to […]


Building the Machine (Volume 3)

After Volume 2 of the season long ‘Building the Machine’ series, the San Antonio Spurs sat at 15-5 through their first 20 games of the season. In their last 10 games, the Spurs have hit a road block with a combination of a tough schedule, injuries, and a lack of focus, as the team went […]

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About A Loss: Spurs 106, Thunder 114

AT&T CENTER – 12 days ago San Antonio Spurs head coach Gregg Popovich used the word “pitiful” to describe his team’s effort, after the Spurs were beaten in overtime by the Los Angeles Lakers, on December 13. Well, 12 days later, Popovich had a similar summary of his team’s performance, as the Spurs fell to […]


Mills cleared to play, but not ready to return just yet per Popovich

AT&T CENTER – It’s Christmas in San Antonio, where the San Antonio Spurs (18-11) are preparing to host the Oklahoma City Thunder (13-16) in a rematch of the Western Conference Finals from last April. However, some of the flare is missing, as two of the most talented small forwards in the Western Conference will miss […]

Oklahoma City Thunder v San Antonio Spurs - Game Five

5 things to watch: Spurs vs. Thunder

It’s a Christmas Day showdown as West powerhouses San Antonio Spurs (18-11) and OKC Thunder (13-16) meet for the first time in San Antonio since last season’s Western Conference Finals which saw the Spurs defeat the Thunder in six games. The Spurs are coming off a 125-118 win over the Clippers. Tony Parker had 26 […]


Check out Matt Bonner’s Christmas kicks

File this under pure awesomeness. San Antonio Spurs’ Matt Bonner will be sporting a fresh adidas custom made Christmas sneakers when the Spurs face the Thunder tomorrow in San Antonio. Complete with holiday colors, the shoe has his No. 15 on the tongue. Check out Red Mamba’s kicks and let us know what you think […]


Celebrating a Spurs-themed Festivus celebration

The following was inspired by Bloguin’s own Outside Corner. A good majority of you will be celebrating Christmas Eve and Christmas Day with family and friends. However, some of you may have already celebrated “Festivus,” the holiday created by the sitcom “Seinfeld.” Haven’t heard of “Festivus,” here is what it’s all about.

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Hall of Famer John Stockton admires the Spurs’ defense

Former NBA legend, guard John Stockton, was a guest on NBA Radio on Sirius XM and flat out said today’s NBA game is soft. Stockton pointed out the fact players can’t touch another player without a whistle. Stockton used examples of tough defenders he faced, such as Derek Harper, and how he enjoyed the challenge. […]

Video: Ginobili uses Clippers as his personal highlight reel

During last night’s San Antonio Spurs’ win over the Los Angeles Clippers, Manu Ginobili was heading right to the rim and just had DeAndre Jordan in his way to the basket.

So what did Manu do? Just totally fake out Jordan not once but twice in one play.

Check out this awesome play by No. 20 which has to be one of the highlights of the year! And if that wasn’t enough, Manu decided to display other incredible feats such as the no-look pass to Danny Green.


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About A Win: Spurs 125, Clippers 118

AT&T CENTER – When the San Antonio Spurs were missing point guard Tony Parker due to a hamstring injury last week, the Spurs struggled to earn a win, dropping four straight games. With Parker back in the fold, and able to breakdown a defense, San Antonio found themselves victorious Monday evening, as they held on […]

(Audio) Spurs vs. Clippers Pregame Report: Parker to return, Pop on multiple topics

AT&T CENTER – The San Antonio Spurs (17-11) are looking to bounce back from a four-game losing streak Monday evening, as they will host the Los Angeles Clippers (19-8). In his pregame press conference, San Antonio Spurs head coach Gregg Popovich announced injured guard Tony Parker would return to the starting lineup and play “some” […]